I am an Assistant Professor in Actuarial Mathematics at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
My research is primarily concerned with the conceptual and computational challenges arising from multi-state modeling in actuarial mathematics. I aim at building bridges between academia and practice, an effort for which I have been awarded the 2019 Gauss Prize. Beginning my career as an Industrial PhD student (in a collaboration with PFA Pension), today I am both an international member of the Danish Society of Actuaries and a member of the German Society for Insurance and Financial Mathematics.
My complete Curriculum Vitae is available here.